This month’s vacation spotlight is Indonesia! Indonesia hosts a greater variety of marine life than anywhere else on earth – it’s a place truly teeming with underwater life. Indonesia offers nearly everything you could want on a tropical dive trip. Whether you are looking for easily accessible resort based diving, exploring the […]Read more ›
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While scuba diving may not be the first thought that pops into your head when these big city destinations in South East Asia are mentioned, you may be surprised by their thriving diving communities and easy access to some of the world’s best diving spots from these cities. You might […]Read more ›
From the stunning blue waters, the glistening sunshine and breathtaking marine life – Indonesia is truly a diver’s wonderland. Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and comprises 10 – 15 percent of the world’s coral reefs. Here you’ll find greater marine diversity than anywhere else on earth. Home to 3000 […]Read more ›
Famous for its cosmopolitan cities, century-old traditions and cutting-edge technology, South Korea is also an exciting and popular Asian dive destination. There are a number of diving locations off the Korean coastline that are accessible from all of the major cities including Seoul. South Korea is the definition of seasonal […]Read more ›
Dreaming of an island getaway? Check out these six must-visit dive destinations across Asia. From Phi Phi Islands in Thailand to JeJu Island in South Korea, these destinations offer the chance to escape to another world. Each destination offers unique diving experiences as well as the chance to really unwind! Tioman Island, Malaysia Tioman has been […]Read more ›
Singapore is the hub of Asia and it’s sophisticated air and sea terminals offer direct access to the majority of the regions outstanding diving destinations. Singapore has also emerged as a excellent training destination for people wishing to learn or continue on with their diver training. Many divers you speak with consider the […]Read more ›